Applying for Tax Exempt Status
All orders being shipped to California; Missouri; New Jersey; Ohio; and Texas, as well as all Mailing Service jobs, are subject to sales tax. If you are a Reseller or Non-Profit organization and are tax exempt certified, you are eligible to have your 48HourPrint.com account flagged as tax exempt. So ensure your 48HourPrint.com account is tax exempt before completing your next order as any order that displays tax being charged during checkout is non-refundable.
Step 1: Create an account on the 48HourPrint.com website if you have not already done so by clicking on the My Account link and filling in the required fields.
Step 2: Once you are logged into your account click on the User Details link found under the Account Information section. Then click the Edit Information link. You must ensure that the Company field exactly matches the company name that is listed on your tax exempt certificate. Then simply click Save.
Step 3: Download and complete/gather the pertinent information. Here is a list of the forms you will need.
For California Tax Exempt customers:
Send your BOE Seller’s Permit, along with a completed BOE Resale Certificate. If you are a non-profit organization, send your CA determination letter and your 501(c)(3) IRS Letter.
For Ohio Tax Exempt customers:
Download and complete the STEC-B-OH form.
For Texas Tax Exempt customers:
Send your completed Resale Certificate and Tax Exemption Certification (Form 01-339).
You can fax these forms to our Finance department at 1-877-240-1268 or you can mail them to:
8000 Haskell Ave.
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Please be sure to include your account email address and ensure that the company name on your account exactly matches the company name that is listed on your tax exempt certificate.
Within four (4) business hours of receiving your completed forms your account will be flagged as tax exempt and you will receive an email confirmation confirming your tax exempt status. Please ensure that the paperwork you provide is complete. Otherwise there may be a delay in setting up your account as tax exempt.